A good night’s sleep can be one of the hardest things to experience on a camping trip if you are ill-prepared. But if you have the necessary items, you can get a complete night of rest. A good sleeping mat is one of the most important necessities. Thin, roll-up sleeping mats will suffice, but inflatable ones that blow up to at least a couple inches thick will help you not feel the hard ground, and small objects on it, as much. A good sleeping bag is the next necessity. Make sure your bag is rated for the kind of temperatures you are likely to experience. Being too cold or too hot won’t result in adequate rest. Also, a quality camp pillow can make all the difference in the world. Many modern blow-up camp pillows are comfortable when inflated and can squeeze down to a tiny package for stowing and transport. Lastly, a good set of earplugs can make or break a camping trip, depending on the rest of your crew’s snoring habits.